On June 18, I published an article entitled How to Create Podcasts that describes the basics of the subject, including the hardware, software, and specialized web server required. That article assumed that one person would be speaking into one microphone to digitally record audio that would later be posted as a podcast. That article is still available to Plus Edition subscribers at http://eogn.com/plusedition/blogplus/index.php/2006/06/18/how-to-create-podcasts/
On June 21, I published the second article in this series: Recording Telephone Conversations for use in Podcasts. The second article described several methods of recording telephone conversation so that two or even more people could be interviewed in the podcast. That article is still available to Plus Edition subscribers at http://eogn.com/plusedition/blogplus/index.php/2006/06/21/recording-telephone-conversations-for-use-in-podcasts/
This week I thought I would tell how to properly record two or more people in a face-to-face conversation. One would think that is a simpler topic than recording telephone conversations. However, my experience has been the opposite.